January 1987
RN;Jan87, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p64
Academic Journal
Discusses findings of three studies about nutrition as of January 1987. Increase in the number of clinicians who failed to investigate further when patients have low levels of serum vitamin B[sub12]; Response of high jejunostomy patients to special diets; Effect of low-fat diets on patients with asymptomatic gallstones.


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